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Signing Their Rights Away
“This little book is entertaining, easy to read, and above all, informative. It’s a brilliant piece of work and a must-have for any history-buff’s library.”—PoliticusUSA
Signing Their Rights Away includes short, irreverent, fun, and fact-filled biographies of the 39 men who signed their names to the U.S. Constitution—the oldest written constitution of any nation in the world. Meet the Signer Who Believed in Aliens, The Peg-Legged Signer, and more!
Stuff Every American Should Know
“This slender little volume, compact enough to fit into most hip pockets, is nonetheless packed with a bounty of history, fun facts, essential information and fascinating trivia about what it means to live in the land of the free and the home of the brave.”—American Profile
Chock full of fun information from how to carve a turkey to baseball trivia to the definition of a bicameral Congress, Stuff Every American Should Know is the perfect pocket-sized gift for your patriotic needs.
Secret Lives of the U.S. Presidents
“Cormac O’Brien delivers outrageous trivia in Secret Lives of the U.S. Presidents.”—Paste Magazine
From George Washington to Donald J. Trump, Secret Lives of the U.S. Presidents comes complete with hundreds of little-known, politically incorrect, and downright wacko facts.
Ten Tea Parties
“Fascinating.”—Tucson Citizen's “Shelf Life” blog
Every kid knows the story of 1773's Boston Tea Party, but in Ten Tea Parties author and historian Joseph Cummins chronicles the history of spirited American protests such as the 1773 New Jersey Tea Party and illuminates how Americans have returned again and again to the tea party as a symbol of political protest.
Thomas Jefferson's Creme Brulee
"Creative, comprehensive, and crammed with full-color photos, On a Stick!, by Matt Armendariz, is, frankly, the most awesome cookbook concept we've come across in a while (and maybe every)."—Grandparents.com
The incredible true story of how a Founding Father and his slave introduced French cuisine to America, Thomas Jefferson's Creme Brulee recounts one of the strangest partnerships in U.S. history — and includes 12 of their original recipes!